First up is the Westminster booth along with some of their individual designer booths.
Westminster/Free Spirit is one of my favorite manufacturers. Kaffe Fassett, Amy Butler, Anna Marie Horner, Tula Pink, Joel Dewberry . . . what more can I say?
|Amy Butler's booth showcasing her new line Hapi|
|Heather Bailey's booth showcasing Lottie Da. The butterfly is a framed pieced quilt. Fantastic detail.|
|Anna Marie Horner's booth showcasing her new True Colors and Dowry.|
I love how the inspiration wall blends right into the quilt design.
|Pat Bravo's newest collection Rapture will be in stores soon.|
|I can't wait for Jeni Baker's new line Dreamin' Vintage which comes out in April.|
I'm really liking this line a lot. Might go really well with the vintage sheets I've been collecting.
|Art Gallery's newest design Frances Newcombe's booth. She won the Best New Exhibitor Award.|
|Angela Walters was such a sweetheart and her quilt was absolutely stunning. |
You can see more info on how she did it here. It's worth taking a close-up look.
|Who knew batting by itself could be so interesting? Amazing textures on their batting tower.|
|Just a very small portion of the very blue booth by Michael Miller. This table setting was gorgeous.|
As I've said before . . . so overwhelming it was hard to take it all in.